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You're about to age out of foster care ... so now what? Entering adulthood means making lots of decisions, and it can be a tough time. The Iowa Aftercare Services Network (IASN) is available to help young adults who have experienced foster care or other court ordered placement move toward stability and self-sufficiency in five key areas: education, employment, housing, health and relationships.

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Who we are

The IASN is a group of 9 organizations across the state of Iowa that have come together to support youth who have aged out of foster care. Aftercare services are funded and overseen by the
Iowa DHS
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What we do

The IASN helps young adults meet the challenges of independent living. We do this by including young adults as equal partners in planning and programming.
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Who we serve

The IASN serves more than 800 emerging adults ages 18 to 21 each year in the Iowa Aftercare and Preparation for Adult Living programs. [Learn more]